Have a lovely summer break!
As the summer term comes to an end and before we say good bye to another academic year at the Arthur Terry School, it’s important to reflect upon all the achievements and highlights that makes our school a fantastic place to come and belong to.
This year we have we have continued to drive forward our sporting excellence in a range of team sports and individual events (check us out on our school blog), developing our capacity to work as a team, learn how to be gracious in winning and develop our resilience in defeat.
Our Duke Of Edinburgh (Bronze, Silver & Gold) continue to astonish us all with their ongoing commitment to each other and their ability to work well in the face of difficult and challenging conditions. Team GreenPower has achieved national recognition, whilst our STEM club are paving the way for our future engineers, mathematicians and scientists. We will see our enrichment offer and programme grow and develop even further next year, so watch this space!
We have as always, explored and travelled the world with our international trips to France, Spain, Iceland and South Africa, whilst ensuring that our own local area is maximised and provides a stimulating learning experience for all including: The Globe Theatre, Houses of Parliament, Ashes Hollow, Brindley Place, StarCity and Gurdwara to name just a few.
At the Arthur Terry School we have been ambitious in our fundraising efforts for an array of charities such as The British Heart Foundation, Children in Need, Sports Relief, KIDS, Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Movember. We are extremely proud to have raised over £10,000 and will continue to ensure that we raise awareness of such valuable causes. We have also had some great contributions to our school fund from you our parents, where we have received just under £4000. This will be put straight back into the school to benefit all of our students, so please continue to support us!
We would also like to acknowledge the success of our new praise and behaviour system and thank all of our students for fully embracing it. In terms of praise points, there have been over 120,000 issued to date in the 2017/18 academic year. When we compare that with the 34,000 that had been issued at the same stage last year, it is clear just how well our students have done. With more points of course come more prizes, and again, we are delighted with how many trips, events and rewards we have been able to provide to our students. That is also thanks in no small parts to all contributors to our school fund, which raised over £4000 this year, and was all used to fund our praise system. We are also grateful to ‘Power Minerals’ , and in particular their CEO Nigel Waldron, who also continue to provide support to our school by providing prizes and rewards, and funding events. Thank you to everyone for your hard work and support this year!
School Fund is very important to us as a school and we would encourage you as parents and carers to sign up and make a monthly or annual contribution on the following link by CLICKING HERE
Our PTA are vital in bolstering our enrichment within school with the funds they raise. We will provide further detail in September on how you can support their work.
We hope that you all have a fantastic and well deserved summer break and we would like to remind you all to stay safe (particularly around any activities involving water) and remind you that from September we are expecting all students to be wearing black, polishable, leather/leather effect footwear. We look forward to seeing you all in September ready for the start of a new and exciting academic year here at the Arthur Terry School.
Wishing you a great holiday
Heads of School
Dates for your diary!
Friday 20th July – School closes at 12 midday. This will be a non-uniform day!
As we approach the end of term and recognise that children often bring gifts to school for teachers and other staff, we would like to take this opportunity to draw your attention to our Gifts and Hospitality Policy which states that staff may not accept gifts from parents above the monetary value of £30.
We therefore ask that if you or your child wishes to gift anything to staff, please ensure that it does not exceed £30 in value to avoid any embarrassment or disappointment for both staff and students. We appreciate your co-operation in helping us to adhere to this policy.
Home to School Communication
Can we remind parents of the current procedures for how you contact us. In order for us to ensure that all parental enquiries are directed to the appropriate person, we now require you to email your child’s respective house address and NOT an individual staff member.
Therefore, For all pastoral related enquires, you will need use one of the following email accounts:
Gloucester – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hereford – email@example.com
Lincoln – firstname.lastname@example.org
York – email@example.com
Once your email has been received, an automated response is generated as an acknowledgment of your enquiry. Your email will then be sent to the most appropriate person who is able to deal with your enquiry and therefore they are able to respond accordingly. We expect that all enquiries are replied to within two full school working days (If received on a Friday, please expect a response by end of school, Monday).
For all general enquiries, that are not pastoral related, then please continue to use the ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ address where this will be forwarded to the most appropriate person. Again, please allow two full school working days for a response.
Thank you for your support.
Heads of School
We share lots of information on the exams section of the school website:
Exam Results Day
|GCE AS/A Level||Thursday 16 August 2018||08:30 am – 10:30 am|
|GCSE||Thursday 23 August 2018||08:30 am – 10:30 am|
Students unable to collect results can nominate someone in writing to collect them (ID required) or provide a SAE ENVELOPE to Exams by 11:00am on Friday 20 July, please ensure correct postage is used.
Results will also be published on Go 4 School after 10:30am on results day.
New GCSEs are being graded from 9-1, with 9 being the highest grade. Combined Science will be graded from 9-9 to 1-1 from 2018.
Students taking separate Science GCSEs will now get a grade from 9 to 1 in each subject. Combined Science students will receive an award worth two GCSEs, consisting of two equal or adjacent grades.
Further information on the new 9-1 grades and the changes to Combined Science can be found on the OFQUAL website: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-gcse-9-to-1-grades-coming-soon
When results are released some students may want to make an enquiry about results or request an examination script back. Please note there is a fee for a post results service.
The following services are available:
- Service 1: Clerical Check (RoR1)
- Service 2P: Priority Review of Marking (RoR2P) GCE students ONLY
- Service 2: Review of Marking (RoR2)
- Access to Scripts
Further information on each service, fees and deadlines can be found here: Post Results Enquiries
We would like to wish all students receiving their results this summer the very best of luck!
Please see exam dates for the next Academic year, please note trial/progress exams may be subject to change.
Year 11 Trial Exams
Monday 5th November – Friday 16th November 2018
Monday 18th March – Friday 22nd March 2019 (English, Maths & Science ONLY)
Year 13 Progress Exams
Monday 14th January – Friday 18th January 2019
Year 12 Progress Exams
Monday 24th June – Friday 5th July 2019
All Trial Timetables will be made available on the exams section of the school website closer to the time.
SUMMER EXAMS 2019
GCSE AND GCE EXTERNAL EXAM DATES
Monday 13th May – Wednesday 26th June 2019
All external and trial exams are conducted according to the procedures set out by the Examination Boards and the Joint Council for Qualification (JCQ). A copy of the JCQ guidelines can be found here: JCQ Exam Notices
Please ensure your child is familiar with the regulations in particular the following document: Information for candidates: Written exams
The following devices are not permitted in the exam hall:
- Mobile phones
- Smart watches and Stopwatches/Countdown watches
- Any other technological devices or web enabled sources of information.
Other items not permitted in the exam room include food, fizzy and coloured drinks. Students are also, not expected to leave the exam room to use the toilet during individual exams. If necessary, water can be brought in a clear, unlabelled bottle, which should be kept under the exam desk.
All students sitting examinations will be required to wear their school uniform. Sixth formers will also need to wear smart business dress and have their school ID badge on at all times.
It is important that the regulations outlined by the exam boards and JCQ are adhered as failure to do so can result in disqualification from the examination and the overall qualification. Therefore, we would ask for your support to ensure your child is fully prepared for their external and trial examinations.
The JCQ regulations are updated each academic year, an updated version will be published in September 2018.
Please click here to see the latest edition of the Partnership Post with some fabulous stories from all of the schools in the ATLP.
New Uniform & PE Kit
We recently announced to parents/carers the introduction of our new Uniform and PE kit, which is available to purchase from Clive Mark 11-13 Boldmere Road, Sutton Coldfield, B73 5UY from July. This is a phased introduction from September 2018 and all items will become compulsory by September 2019. You can view details of the new Uniform List and PE kit on our website via the following link SCHOOL UNIFORM
Please note – New Logo sew-on blazer badges will be available from 6th August from Clive Marks (not school).
Internet Safety Update
The internet is such a wonderful tool to enrich our lives but it can also pose many dangers. As part of our commitment to ensure that students are fully aware of how to keep themselves safe, Mr Shilcof, as an accredited C.E.O.P. Ambassador (Child Exploitation and Online Protection), has delivered assemblies this term to our students; the goal of these assemblies is to explain some of the dangers of misusing the internet together along with explaining the laws surrounding ‘Indecent Images.’
One important message that we would like you to remind your child of, is that it is a criminal offence to share and distribute indecent images. If your child receives one, it should be deleted immediately and under no circumstances be shared with anyone else.
If you as a parent wish to obtain further information regarding protecting your child, please visit the ‘Thinkuknow’ website; this site is the public arm of C.E.O.P.
Please do not hesitate to contact Mr Shilcof or any other member of Student Support Services if you would like more advice or you feel that you would like a member of staff to talk to your child in more detail about this very important issue.
Be SMART Online: –
We encourage pupils to take a SMART approach to social media behaviour:
- Safe – Do not give out personal information, or post photos of yourself to people you talk to online. Follow age restriction rules.
- Meeting – Do not meet somebody you have only met online. We encourage parents/carers to speak regularly to their children about who they are talking to online.
- Accepting – We advise that pupils only open emails and other forms of communication from people they already know.
- Reliable – We teach pupils about the dangers of believing everything they see online.
- Tell – We encourage pupils to tell a teacher, parent or carer if they see anything online that makes them feel uncomfortable.
GO 4 Schools
GO 4 Schools is our online system which enables you as parents to access the most up to date information about your child’s education.
On the front of the school website https://www.arthurterry.bham.sch.uk/ there is now a GO 4 Schools link.
The new GO 4 Schools information page gives both parents and students helpful information as well as a direct link to GO 4 Schools.
You can view your child’s progress, reports, timetables, attendance and real-time behaviour information. You can access this at any point throughout the year, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
We will notify you by text when a new school report is available on GO 4 Schools. You can then view your child’s progress reports online, or you can download this as a PDF that you can print at home.
You can support your child’s independent learning with a clear view of homework set, due dates and homework content, as well as real-time assessment information.
Students also have access to GO 4 Schools, they are encouraged to log onto the system to view homework that has been set and check completion dates, as well as reviewing their progress and targets. Students can also view and print their school timetable.
Should you have any queries relating to your child’s progress please contact their tutor.
If you have any difficulties logging onto GO 4 Schools there is a helpful link on the page How To Log On to GO 4 Schools or if you wish to update your email address or reset a password please use The GO 4 Schools Change Request Form
‘Easyfundraising’ – Feel Good Shopping!
Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could collect a free donation for our school?
There are over 3,000 shops and site on board ready to make a donation, including Amazon, eBay, John Lewis, insurance comparison sites, Dominos, Trainline, Booking.com and Sainsbury’s – and it doesn’t cost you a penny extra!
It’s really simple, all you have to do is:
Head to https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/arthurterry/ and sign up for free.
Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first, pick the retailer you want and start shopping.
After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation to us for no extra cost whatsoever!
There are no catches or hidden charges and it’s a free and easy way to raise funds .
This isn’t just for personal purchases, if you make business purchases many suppliers are affiliated with easyfundraising so be sure to check.
To make it even easier there is an app to download to your mobile devices.
Please share the life out of this with your friends and family and let’s get fundraising..
Thank you so much in anticipation of your support.
School Business Manager
As the year draws to a close we celebrate with students, and that includes all those that have received their 100% attendance award who have been invited to attend a praise event on Thursday at 12. Throughout the year we look for ways to recognise improvement, by rewarding students with either bronze or silver awards as well as extra praise points. Students will be receiving certificates at the start of next year for this
Our whole school target is 96% and we have slipped just below this year ending on an impressive 95.42 % still well above the national average of 94.60%, in spite of the difficult winter, as a result of extreme weather conditions and a flu a epidemic.
Next year our student leaders will be sifting through some of the responses to questionnaires around attendance and what students enjoy about school and this will help inform some of the changes that will be discussed around wellbeing.
July is our attendance focus month and this has been an opportunity for the whole school to get behind “outstanding attendance”. Throughout this month tutor groups have been rewarded in each house for the best attendance and activities in form time to gain praise points for next year! Our student leaders have been visiting tutor groups to champion good attendance throughout this month and rewards have been given out.
As we consider our strategy for next year we have sought the views of students and will be continuing to involve them going forward. What difference does good attendance make ? To put this year into context the chart bellows reflects generally how absence correlates to academic success. Please congratulate your child for their efforts this year where you can.
One Of A Kind
A “wonderful” teacher of more than 40 years and much-loved member of the Sutton Coldfield community has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her service to vulnerable young people and families in the West Midlands.
Sue Bailey is described as the “beating heart” of Arthur Terry School, and the assistant headteacher and PE teacher is now in her fifth decade at the outstanding academy and works as the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership’s (ATLP) safeguarding lead.
Many families have benefitted from Sue’s role as strategic lead for the Sutton Coldfield Children’s Centres and her work with young people at Four Oaks Youth. Sue has been involved with Sutton Coldfield Municipal charities for 20 years and works with other charity and voluntary organisations to improve the lives of others.
Sue, who has met the Duke of Edinburgh several times, is overjoyed that her work has now been recognised by the Queen.
She said: “I’m truly delighted and humbled by this honour. It means so much to me to be able to support young people and their families – this is the most rewarding vocation in the world. But this is a team effort and I have been fortunate to have been surrounded by the very best people over the years, who make such a difference to the lives of so many.”
As a teacher of 42 years, Sue has dedicated her longstanding career to the educational, social and emotional welfare of children. Outside of the classroom she is involved in a number of extra-curricular activities that enrich the lives of students. Sue is a gold Duke of Edinburgh Award holder and the recipient of a long service award from the organisation. Last year, Sue was invited to Buckingham palace to celebrate Arthur Terry School’s 20-year involvement with the Outward Bound Trust.
As part of her school and Outward Bound Trust work, she has led a number of trips to South Africa. In 2016 Sue was among a group who were airside following Istanbul’s military coup. Her priority was to ensure the safety of all and to secure their safe return.
Sue’s priority is the safety and protection of young people. She works across ATLP schools, other schools and organisations and Birmingham City Council, to ensure that Prevent and safeguarding training is delivered across the region.
She said: “It’s our duty to care for young people and safeguarding is everybody’s responsibility. There’s more to do and this is what drives us to achieve more, because children will always remain at the heart of our work.”
Neil Warner, executive headteacher of Arthur Terry School and ATLP school improvement lead (secondary), said: “We are all thrilled and incredibly proud that Sue Bailey has been recognised at this level. Sue is the beating heart of Arthur Terry. She enjoys planning and delivering lessons 40 plus years since joining us, and has helped to transform so many lives.
“We praise her outstanding contribution to safeguarding, child protection, internet safety and the Prevent agenda and her tireless work to ensure our young people are well cared for. We are privileged to have such a wonderful teacher.”
Those who know Sue will appreciate all that she gives to school life. She is a prominent PTA member, fundraising and organising the school show annually. She also plays a key role in governance at Arthur Terry and other schools, including Walsall’s Blue Coat School. Every year Sue co-ordinates various events for seven local primary schools to help children prepare for secondary school.
Samantha Kibble, associate headteacher of Arthur Terry School, said: “I’m absolutely delighted that Sue has been awarded an MBE. She is totally committed to improving the life chances for everyone that she works with and Sue has made a real difference across all aspects of her work. She fully deserved to be recognised for everything she has achieved and we’re very proud that we have been able to work alongside Sue at the Arthur Terry School as part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership.”
Last year, Sue received a Royal Sutton Coldfield Community Award for her services to the community and is a respected and popular leader in the town.
Richard Gill, CEO of the ATLP, said: “Sue has impacted so positively on the lives of so many. She has given tirelessly for the benefit of others. There is no one more deserving to be recognised in such a way. Sue is typically embarrassed and quick to deflect to others around her who have supported her. But every team needs a leader. Sue is more than this; she is an inspiration. I am so proud to be able to call her a colleague and a friend.”
Former ATLP CEO, Sir Chris Stone, said: “There are some people you know are so deserving of being a recipient of such an honour. Susan Bailey is one of these. She is, quite frankly, remarkable; one of a kind. Sue has an aura about her; she makes things happen for the benefit of others. She is tireless and tenacious in equal measure and the world is a far better place for having her in it. Everyone who knows Sue Bailey, and her selfless work for others, will be delighted that she has been recognised.”
Born in Sutton Coldfield, Sue was raised in the Falcon Lodge area of the town and attended Fairfax School. After completing her training, Sue joined Arthur Terry School in 1976 as a PE teacher. It was here that she met her husband, fellow PE teacher Colin Bailey, who retired from the school last year. The pair have two children and one grandchild and remain a respected and popular part of the wider community.
Sue has taught thousands of students over the years, including some famous faces, such as TV’s Rasmus Hardiker and James and Oliver Phelps (also known as the Weasley Twins in the Harry Potter films). Sue’s friend, Tracey Spare, was Arthur Terry head boy in 1979 and recalls his former teacher fondly.
He said: “Sue Bailey was always approachable, always prepared to listen, always prepared to share a laugh and a joke, but she also reminded you, quite correctly and when necessary, she was the teacher and you were the student.
He added: “Sue is a highly respected member of the community and acknowledged by those who work with her, alongside her and in partnership with her, as a dependable and very loyal person.
“Friends and work colleagues have relayed many stories to me of Sue’s support of young people, particularly in non-curricula environments. Students struggling with emotional conflicts; students living with addictions of a varying nature; students who simply did not want to attend school; students with home environmental troubles – light years away from teaching PE on a wet, miserable Monday morning!
“When I first met Sue Bailey in 1976, she was a PE teacher at my school. Forty years on, it’s a privilege to call Sue Bailey my friend.”
MP Andrew Mitchell said: “Sue’s award is richly deserved. She’s one of our greatest assets in the Royal Town and has worked ceaselessly for the benefit of local people throughout the 18 years I have known her. Whether as part of Arthur Terry or with local children’s support in the wider community she has been a tower of strength and much loved and respected by everyone. Hooray!”
The Arthur Terry Sports Awards
Thanks to our sponsors (Engie, Honeybourne and Power Minerals) who sponsored the whole evening. Students from all Key Stages were rewarded with badges for their commitment to school clubs and teams. It was essential to share an evening of celebration with family to thank the students and parents for the support they show to the P.E department for clubs and fixtures throughout the year. Students received Bronze badges for their blazers as a token for their hard work and effort. With sustained efforts in P.E and school sport, students are encouraged to achieve the gold badge in their later years in school.
The night also saw individual and team winners, selected by members of the P.E team.
Thank you to our special guest Ben Nuttall (professional freestyler) who opened the show!
Well done to all students involved and here’s to another active healthy school year ahead!
Metro Mayor visits Arthur Terry
On Friday 13th July, Arthur Terry sixth formers were fortunate to meet and pose questions to local constituent MP, The Right Honourable, Andrew Mitchell and his Conservative colleague and inaugural West Midlands Combined Authority Mayor, Andy Street.
Politics, Business & Economics and Urban Geographers alike, were gripped by the former John Lewis boss’ plans to stimulate economic growth across the ‘Midlands Engine’. Key priorities that Andy highlighted included making the most of the forthcoming HS2 project, 2000 Boris-esque bikes (with docking stations) soon coming to our city centre, a joined up approach to tackling homelessness and mental health needs and the urgent requirement for house building in particular, affordable starter homes.
Andrew Mitchell who helped arrange Andy Street’s visit agreed that tacking inter-generational unfairness demands that we build homes by the hundreds of thousands but remained resolute that these should NOT be constructed on Sutton’s Greenbelt. Rather Andrew recommended numerous brownfield sites ripe for development, post-decontamination, adding “Sutton Coldfield comes first, second and third”.
The whole year group were able to hear from these two key democratic decision makers in the hall before a select number of students were able to ask more in-depth and probing questions in the boardroom. Andy Street noted at the end of his visit that the questions were, ‘On the money’ and Andrew Mitchell added, ‘Arthur Terry students are incredibly bright and are always on the pulse of the agenda’.
Sixth formers are now looking forward to joining Andrew Mitchell again later this week at an Amnesty International Human Rights Debate taking place at Holy Trinity RC Church on Thursday evening.
On Monday 9th July 2018, 32 students involved in the year 7 & year 12 mentoring programme celebrated a terrific year of partnership by challenging one another to the high ropes GoApe course at Cannock Chase!
The students, young and old, enjoyed testing their balance and nerve by adding additional challenges like ‘hands-free’ and even ‘blind-folded’ navigation across the high rope assault course. Mr Daniel, Mr Zarifeh and Mrs Kibble were the lucky members of staff to be leading the trip however the scheme’s success overall is down to art teacher, Mrs Graham who designed the programme from inception and championed the project and students from start to finish.
“Buddy Up” is an innovative KS3-5 mentoring programme involving 22 year 7 mentees and 22 year 12 mentors, meeting weekly for formal input and informally supporting one another, throughout the year in an ongoing capacity.
The group has participated in many team & confidence building activities including indoor rock climbing at “Rock Up” at the start of the year enabling pairs to build mutual trust and encouragement.
At Christmas the year 12’s surprised the year 7’s by making them handmade Christmas stockings and filled these with festive treats! The group also enjoyed a Head Teacher’s lunch and participated in workshops re. financial issues, unconscious bias/critical thinking and social media awareness.
Halfway through the year, Mrs Graham introduced a fortnightly praise point competition for the year 7’s during which, the average number of positive events grew from 20 to 35 within a single half-term!
When asked what they most enjoyed about the project, a year 7 replied “just knowing there is always someone there to listen to me every Monday morning”another replied “all the help that I’ve received with homework, especially Maths”, yet another “going on trips, GoApe was sick!”
Mrs Graham is looking forward to rolling out the existing 2017/18 cohort into year 8 whilst welcoming a new crop of year 7’s and 12’s in September. A final huge thanks must go to Arthur Terry’s Head Teacher, Mrs Kibble who has provided financial support for the project, as well as Assistant Head Teacher Mrs Hurn, who has been an encouragement to students and staff alike throughout the year.
Bring on ‘Buddy Up’ 2018/19!Sutton Coldfield Schools Debating Competition!
Huge congratulations to Elliot Perlic & Faith Williams who last night (Thursday 5th July) represented Arthur Terry so ably during the annual Sutton Coldfield School’s Parliamentary Debating Competition. Arthur Terry opposed the motion ‘The house believes that airline travel should be significantly taxed’ with aplomb and was, without doubt, among the most entertaining and witty speeches of the night.
The pairs lighthearted but at the same time poignant debating style was replicated once again in the unseen motion final rounds where Elliot & Faith were asked to argue that, ‘Mobile phones should be banned from schools completely’.
Congratulations once again to both students who performed so well and huge thanks to Mr Josh Lomas who after several years leading the school debating team will be passing on the baton next time around. Thanks also to ATLP Executive Head Teacher Mr Warner who once again joined us to support both his Arthur Terry and John Willmott charges. The eventual winners on the night were Fairfax School who thoroughly deserved the trophy.
Recycled plastics competition!
On Friday 22nd June Arthur Terry students, across all year groups, presented their tutor groups’ recycled plastic sculptures to mark ‘World Oceans Day’.
The project, inspired by Geography teacher, Mrs Martin, was organised to raise awareness of the huge problem of single use plastics entering the world’s oceans at the rate of a garbage truck’s worth each hour!
Each sculpture was made from waste plastic discarded on the school site. Head teacher, Mrs Kibble and Business Manager, Mrs Phillips judged the incredible array of designs featured below, with Mr Tracey’s form the ultimate winner producing a MASSIVE plastic jellyfish!
Mr Kinsella’s form’s wonderful giant water bottle recreation also warrants special mention. A massive thanks to all students and staff for getting involved in this fun and meaningful campaigning project.
A final thanks must also go to school site team colleague, Mr Andy Brierley who came in at the weekend to ensure all the plastic was 100% recycled at the local recycle centre!
Year 13 Prom!
Please CLICK HERE to see the fab photos from our Year 13 Prom!
Sixth Form Enrichment Day 2018!
On Thursday 14th June, year 12 were treated to an enrichment extravaganza!
Students were fortunate to hear from innumerable universities, Higher and Degree Apprenticeship providers, Gap Year organisers and enjoyed talks on student finance, the art of the personal statement, CV writing and how to research the ideal next steps paths for each unique individual.
Please CLICK HERE for some fab photos and more details !
‘Speakers4Schools’ Call to Action!
On Monday 11th June, Speakers4Schools’ Angus Forbes, delivered an inspiring presentation to Arthur Terry sixth formers to back his call for a global environmental authority to prevent us sleepwalking ever further towards irreversible damage to the Biosphere.
Angus is a former investment banker turned environmental campaigner. He is a philanthropist and campaigner for ethical/responsible capitalism. As well as calling for a global referendum to demand the protection of the world’s finite biophysical assets he also shared some key lessons he has taken during his career journey.
As an interesting side note, Angus’ wife also happens to be Strictly Come Dancing judge, Dame Darcey Bussell!